Jammu, Feb 10: Former Chief Minister and Democratic Progressive Azad Party ( DPAP) Chairman zhulam Nabi Azad today said if elected to power his party will ensure justice and employment opportunities in Jammu and Kashmir.
According to a press release, he was addressing a public gathering in Akhnoor, where he emphasized the transformative developmental initiatives undertaken during his tenure. Azad underscored the unparalleled progress achieved across various sectors, setting a benchmark for governance excellence. He said, “Thousands of villages were connected with towns and cities, a feat unprecedented in the history of the region. Several medical colleges, super-specialty hospitals, district and sub-district hospitals were constructed, significantly improving healthcare accessibility for the citizens. This monumental achievement stands unmatched by any previous or subsequent administrations.”
The former Chief Minister stated that the establishment of numerous colleges, high and higher secondary schools, middle, and primary schools during his tenure reflects a steadfast commitment to education reform, unparalleled in the state's history. “State and central resources were distributed evenly across the state, ensuring equitable development and prosperity for all regions. Stringent measures were implemented to eradicate corruption, fostering a culture of transparency and accountability in governance. Introduction of double and triple shifts in various sectors created a plethora of employment opportunities, bolstering economic growth and prosperity,” he said.